Charlene C. Bolding

Charlene Collette Bolding, 72, of Huntington, IN, died Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, at Oakbrook Village in Huntington.

Mrs. Bolding was a 1966 graduate of Huntington High School. She retired after 29 years at Bendix doing data entry. She was a lifetime member of Faith Community Church in Huntington.

She was born April 28, 1947, in Huntington, to Gilbert and C. Viola Pressler Bigler.

Christopher T. 'Brownie' Brown

Christopher Thomas “Brownie” Brown, 35, of Markle, IN, died Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020, at his residence.

Mr. Brown was a 2003 graduate of Huntington North High School. He worked at Advanced Assembly of Columbia City and was a member of the UAW.

He was born Dec. 17, 1984, in Anderson to Thomas and Leanne Mattucci Brown. His mother and stepfather, Leanne and Darrell Arney, survive in Markle, and his father survives in Muncie.

James D. 'Danny' Gulley

James Daniel “Danny” Gulley, 41, of LaFontaine, IN, died Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020, in LaFontaine.

Mr. Gulley was a 1996 graduate of Marion High School.

He was born June 29, 1978, in Marion to Larry and Rebecca Lerner Gulley. His parents survive in Marion.

Additional survivors include a brother, David (Amber) Gulley, of Marion.

HU women can't catch up to No. 5 Taylor

The Huntington University women’s basketball team fell behind early and couldn’t catch up with host No. 5 Taylor University, losing 68-53 on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

The Foresters found themselves in a 19-8 hole after the first quarter. They trailed 35-20 at halftime and 57-40 after three frames.

Huntington, 15-6, 4-5 in Crossroads League play, was paced by seniors Erin Mohr and Sarah Fryman, who scored 14 and 11 points, respectively.

In addition to scoring nine points, junior Sam Hammel collected as many rebounds, helping the Foresters tally 32 for the game.

Huntington chamber celebrates 2019 high points

Incoming Huntington County Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board Sonya Foraker presents outgoing chairman Randy Warner a plaque of appreciation for his service at the annual chamber meeting Monday night, Jan. 20, a the Huntington PAL Club.
Photo by Scott Trauner.

The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner put the crowd in a downtown frame of mind, as it celebrated its accomplishments in 2019 and the goals it plans to achieve in the coming months.

The dinner, held Monday, Jan. 20, at the Police Athletic League, was attended by around 150 of the county’s business and community leadership.

Outgoing 2019 Chairman Randy Warner thanked the chamber membership for making an investment in the community.

Sleep Disorders Lab at PHH moves to lower level

Parkview Huntington Hospital sleep techs David Ford (left) and Aaron Nuest ready the control room before the lab’s new location in the basement of PHH welcomes its first patient.
Photo provided.

The Sleep Disorders Lab at Parkview Huntington Hospital (PHH) has moved, and is now located on the lower level of the hospital.

The lab can help patients regain the restful sleep they need by identifying causes of, and solutions for, poor quality sleep. Following a primary care physician’s referral for a sleep lab appointment, the investigation can begin with a sleep study, either at home or in the lab, which is now housed in the former pediatric therapy space.

With feeling

Photo by Steve Clark.

Singer Hannah Schaefer performs at “United By Our Differences,” Huntington University’s convocation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, on Monday, Jan. 20, in the school’s Merillat Centre for the Arts. Schaefer was one of three musical acts at the event, along with Marcus McFarlin and Nate “Merse” Allen.

Huntington Catholic Class of 1975 planning reunion

Members of Huntington Catholic School’s Class of 1975, along with the eighth-grade class of St. Mary Catholic Church and SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, are asked to join the Facebook page “Huntington Catholic Class of 1975.”

People who join are asked to provide their maiden name and address.

A reunion is being planned for June 27.

Safety at HNHS tops discussion list at HCCSC work session

Rob Young (left), vice president of business development for The Hagerman Group, speaks about how his construction firm would address the heating, ventilation and air conditioning needs at Huntington North High School during a special public work session of the Huntington County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees on Saturday, Jan. 18, in the Huntington North Library. The meeting was convened to discuss the facility issues at Huntington North, which range from a leaking roof to decaying wastewater infrastructure.
Photo by Steve Clark.

The safety of Huntington County Community School Corporation’s high school students was the forefront topic at a public work session held Saturday, Jan. 18, at Huntington North High School.

Superintendent Chad Daugherty reiterated that the building is 50 years old, and the meeting, attended by school board members, was the first on what to do to address the needs following the failed referendum during the past municipal election. He solicited solutions and suggestions from the public in attendance.

Entering the Frozen Forest

Photo by Steve Clark.

A group of bundled-up runners sets off from the starting line at the Huntington University Cross Country Course for the Frozen Forest Off-Road Run on Saturday, Jan. 18. A mixture of snow and sleet the night before helped the event live up to its chilly name.


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